Tradition and Transmission: Prehistoric Stone Procurement and Tool Production in the Mojave Desert - Results of the Intermountain Power Project Data Recovery Program In California
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Tradition and Transmission: Prehistoric Stone Procurement and Tool Production in the Mojave Desert - Results of the Intermountain Power Project Data Recovery Program In California. Douglas B. Bamforth, Ronald I. Dorn, Michael E. Macko, Edward B. Weil. 1986 ( tDAR id: 125977)
Data Recovery / Excavation
86-12.10 • Archaeological Collection • Archeological Collection • Basalt • Cation-Ratio Dating • Chalcedony • Chalcedony Quarry • Chert • Chert Quarry • Data Recovery • Flaked Lithics • Intermountain Power Project • Jasper • Jasper Quarry • Lithic Technology • Prehistory • Rock Varnish Dating Study
06071 (Fips Code) • Alvord Mountain 15' quad • California (State / Territory) • Cave Mountain 15' quad • Harvard Hill 7.5' quad • Lake Manix • Mojave Desert • North America (Continent) • San Bernardino (County) • Troy Lake • United States of America (Country)
min long: -117.803; min lat: 33.871 ; max long: -114.131; max lat: 35.809 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Sponsor(s): State, County, and Local Government ; City of Los Angeles Water and Power
Prepared By(s): Applied Conservation Technology, Inc.
NADB document id number(s): 1061614
NADB citation id number(s): 000000019209
General Note: Sent from: Applied Conservation Technology, Inc.
General Note: Submitted to: City of Los Angeles Water and Power